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Today โ€” April 21st 2019FoxNews Health

How an infant's tumor had fully formed teeth inside

By Manny Alvarez

A 4-month-old baby boy was found with a rare brain tumor, but that wasn’t the only unique factor of the situation.

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Skipping breakfast, eating late dinners could be deadly for heart attack survivors, study finds

By Madeline Farber

Skipping breakfast and eating dinner close to bedtime could be a deadly decision  — especially for those who have already suffered a heart attack, a study released this week suggests.

Meat, poultry contaminated by traces of fecal matter, lawsuit against USDA claims

By Ann Schmidt

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is being sued by a nonprofit organization of doctors that has claimed the government agency doesn’t properly regulate fecal contamination in meat and chicken production.

Nurse diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer after spitting up blood now cancer-free thanks to innovative technology

By Alexandria Hein

A nurse who went to the doctor for symptoms of fatigue in 2013 said she realized it was probably something more than vitamin D deficiency when she started coughing up blood.

Carbon monoxide sickens nearly a dozen people in Yonkers

By Gabrielle Fonrouge

Two Yonkers families were nearly wiped out Friday morning when they were poisoned by a carbon monoxide leak, authorities said.

Blood pressure medication recall expanded over possible cancer-causing ingredient

By Alexandria Hein

The company behind blood pressure medication tablets has expanded a recall for two products after trace amounts of a possible cancer-causing ingredient was detected in the tablets.

Cancer-causing chemical taints water after California blaze

The drinking water in Paradise, California, where 85 people died last year in the nation's worst wildfire in a century, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, officials said.

Surgeons remove man's 61-pound neck tumor in marathon operation

By Alexandria Hein

A 68-year-old man in China reportedly underwent life-changing surgery to remove a 61-pound cancerous tumor from his neck and upper back earlier this month.

Tiny knee bone three times more prevalent than 100 years ago: study

By Brie Stimson

A small bone behind the knee that scientists previously thought had been selected out by evolution a century ago is now three times more prevalent - and possibly linked to arthritis, according to a new study. 

32 percent of foods labeled 'gluten-free' contain gluten: study

By Brie Stimson

A new study has found gluten in 32 percent of restaurant foods marked gluten-free. The study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology also found gluten in 53.2 percent of pizzas tested and 50.8 percent of pastas.

Girl, 11, dies after severe allergic reaction to toothpaste ingredient, family says

By Alexandria Hein

A heartbroken California mother is stressing the importance of reading ingredient labels after her 11-year-old daughter suffered a fatal allergic reaction allegedly triggered by a new prescription toothpaste.

St. Jude doctors claim cure for 'bubble boy' disease

Relying on the trickery used by the AIDS virus to infect people, doctors at two medical centers say they have cured 10 infants of so-called bubble boy disease, a genetic defect that leaves children, typically boys, without an immune system.

Doctors warn against new 'shell on' Snapchat challenge

By Alexandra Klausner

Teens are daring each other to eat plastic packaging, cardboard boxes and fruit peels — and posting videos of themselves doing it to Snapchat — in a bizarre new social media trend called “shell on.”

Mom says toddler nearly died after accidentally eating laundry pod: โ€˜We got very luckyโ€™

By Alexandria Hein

A Rhode Island toddler who still suffers from breathing issues nearly two years after he accidentally swallowed a laundry pod is lucky to be alive, his mother said, after he spent three days on life support on the hospital.

Google worker infected with measles visited California campus

By Brie Stimson

A worker infected with measles visited Google’s Northern California campus earlier this month, according to a report.

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